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Music from the ancient Celtic lands all instrumental music on early music and traditional folk instruments performed by members of Ensemble Galilei and guests. Includes: Maggie Sansone on hammered dulcimer, Sue Richards on Celtic harp, Bonnie Rideout on Scottish fiddle and Carolyn Surrick on viola da gamba. Recorded in the Great Hall of St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland, an acoustic wonder that captures the warmth and richness of the musical instruments. Includes: Irish airs from the Bunting and O'Carolan Collections, jigs and reels from the Isle of Man and 15th-century Welsh tunes.
Music from the ancient Celtic lands all instrumental music on early music and traditional folk instruments performed by members of Ensemble Galilei and guests. Includes: Maggie Sansone on hammered dulcimer, Sue Richards on Celtic harp, Bonnie Rideout on Scottish fiddle and Carolyn Surrick on viola da gamba. Recorded in the Great Hall of St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland, an acoustic wonder that captures the warmth and richness of the musical instruments. Includes: Irish airs from the Bunting and O'Carolan Collections, jigs and reels from the Isle of Man and 15th-century Welsh tunes.
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Format: CD
Label: MAG
Catalog: 107
Rel. Date: 05/05/1994
UPC: 095182010725

Music in the Great Hall
Artist: Ensemble Galilei
Format: CD
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Music from the ancient Celtic lands all instrumental music on early music and traditional folk instruments performed by members of Ensemble Galilei and guests. Includes: Maggie Sansone on hammered dulcimer, Sue Richards on Celtic harp, Bonnie Rideout on Scottish fiddle and Carolyn Surrick on viola da gamba. Recorded in the Great Hall of St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland, an acoustic wonder that captures the warmth and richness of the musical instruments. Includes: Irish airs from the Bunting and O'Carolan Collections, jigs and reels from the Isle of Man and 15th-century Welsh tunes.
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